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Recent Tree Service Reviews in Salt Lake City

  • SIERRASCAPE LANDSCAPING INC
    5.0
    Craig provided knowledgeable and professional service. He purchased beautiful plants, planted them with care and educated me in how to care for them. Additionally, he removed a dead tree and cleaned up the property perimeter. Even my neighbors were impressed!! I would highly recommend Sierrascape!
    Heidi H.
  • Quality Tree Service
    5.0
    It went great. They quickly came by for an estimate and scheduled the work. They got the tree down without a problem. Professional, safe work at a fair price.
    Avery C.
  • Quality Tree Service
    5.0
    Fantastic, the crew is fast and cautious, and they work efficiently. Patrick sure knows how to climb!
    Kaden M.
  • Quality Tree Service
    5.0
    Excellent work, the guys were nice and cleaned everything up and the communication throughout the project was top notch. Would highly recommend for tree services.
    Richard M.
  • Amen Trees
    5.0
    Perfectly. It could not have gone any better. It was an amazing thing to watch. So smooth and professional. Everything happened just as they said it would, when they said it would. It went so quickly! Huge tree gone and cleaned up as if they were never there in about 30 minutes from beginning to end. So pleased with the results! They were already in the area and gave me an unbelievable deal. Cannot say enough good about them and their service. Skilled professionals. Very knowledgeable
    Chris W.
  • Coconut Tree Services
    5.0
    They were on time, removed a few trees and did it quickly and cleaned up quickly. I would hire again and I highly recommend Coconut Tree Service.
    gina L.
  • Couli Construction
    5.0
    I was impressed with how the projects turned out. Smooth scheduling, estimating, and invoicing once he had finished. Thanks for the great work. 5/5 recommend!
    Levi B.
  • T Rock Roofing & Construction
    5.0
    I am a realtor and am very particular about who I recommend. T Rock Roofing and Construction has been in business for many years and consistently exceeds expectations. Confident they will treat my clients well and do the job right.
    Brook S.
  • Good Samaritan Landscaping and Concrete LLC.
    5.0
    Fred and Leslie were amazing. I gave them an idea of what I envisioned for my yard and what I was hoping to have done. Not only were they the best bid of those we looked at, but Fred even added to my yard with some amazing ideas that made things so much better. Colored stamped concrete patio, RV pad, huge boulders throughout the flower beds, sprinkler system, in ground trampoline, MIL separate yard, sod, mulch, tree placement and drip lines for each one, decorative rock wall, flagstone pavers. For being a new build with a move in date in April, we have a completed yard by June.....and that is still with the crazy delays in concrete that everyone is dealing with. Fred and Leslie got us our concrete when other people are getting no bids from other landscapers due to concrete shortages. Would use them again if ever needed and have referred them out to all the other new builds in our community
    Scott G.
  • Up High Tree Care
    5.0
    Outstanding!!! I would recommend Brian and Up High Tree Service to anyone needing this service . All went well and the price was great considering the job .
    Harvey H.

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Tree Service FAQ

  1. How much does it cost to remove a tree?

    Answer: Typically, tree removal costs between $200 and $2,000. Tree removal costs vary widely based on the number of trees being removed, the height of each tree, the diameter of each tree trunk, and accessibility to the tree. Smaller trees are usually less expensive to remove than larger ones, as are those that are more easily accessible.

  2. Do you need a permit to cut down a tree?

    Answer: In many areas, you don’t need a permit to cut down a tree on your own private, residential property. But some municipalities may require tree removal permits for conservation purposes or to comply with local ordinances. When you hire a tree removal pro, they’ll be able to tell you whether you need a permit for your specific tree removal project.

  3. When is a good time to trim trees?

    Answer: In most regions, the best time to trim your trees is during the winter months. During the active growing season (spring through fall), trimming your trees can leave them more vulnerable to disease and less likely to thrive. During the winter months, when trees are dormant, trimming them will cause less stress and leave them ready to grow again in the spring.

  4. What is the average cost to cut a tree down?

    Answer: Tree removal costs between $200 and $2,000 per tree. Establishing an average cost can be difficult because each tree will be assessed and priced based on factors like height, trunk diameter, and accessibility. In general, smaller trees cost less to remove than larger trees, as do trees that are more accessible.

  5. How much does it cost to service a tree?

    Answer: The cost to service a tree is typically between $430 and $1,320. The cost to service a tree depends on several factors, including what exactly you’d like done, the tree’s height, its health, the location of the tree, and local labor costs. The national average cost for tree services is $865. Tree trimming isn’t necessary for all trees but can improve their health and longevity by encouraging new growth.

  6. What is the difference between tree trimming and pruning?

    Answer: While tree trimming and tree pruning might appear similar to the untrained eye, they serve different purposes. Tree pruning is used to thin a tree by removing unnecessary or burdensome branches. Tree trimming promotes healthy growth by trimming but not removing branches.

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